Snow Hill Hydrangea
Hydrangea Arborescens Grandiflora The Snow Hill Hydrangea (also known as a Snowball Bush) is a beautiful shrub or small tree with clusters of puffy, creamy white flowers shaped like soccer balls and deep green foliage. The bark is called seven bark because of its various shades of color.
Snow Hill Hydrangea Shrubs Are Late Spring Bloomers
They blossom in late Spring, and the growing season can last through late Fall. It is a fast-growing shrub with a full-grown height of four to seven feet tall and a spread of three to five feet wide, sometimes growing a little wider. There is little maintenance involved, except they need to be pruned in early Spring before the growing season for flowers to bloom to their fullest potential.
Snow Hill Hydrangea Shrubs are Hardy in Zones 3-9
The hardy planting zones are Zones three to nine, a large area of the United States. These bushes grow best in partial sunlight and like neutral soil conditions, which include moist and acidic soil. Every person who plants a Snow Hill Hydrangea will love the shrub's versatility. Rows planted in a flower garden, as an accent bush with other plants in the front of a house, or just by itself. Family and friends will experience the enjoyment of the beauty of the flowers. Since they attract butterflies, one may see them fluttering around the flowers and be able to enjoy the beauty of the butterflies as well.
After viewing a Snow Hill Hydrangea, one may visualize the beauty of them growing in their yard for a garden party or an outside wedding, lined along the walking path, or planted around a gazebo. The fresh flowers can also be used for centerpieces on tables for inside enjoyment and also can be dried for arrangements for winter decorating. The enjoyment and beauty provided will last for years.